O'Neill's artist's eye ensures that the visual approach is central to his study of manuscripts
. The heart of the book is a series of illustrated descriptions of thirty-one significant Irish manuscripts
In their introduction, Johnston and Van Dussen propose three theses that may move us closer to a more synthetic understanding of late medieval manuscript
The project's initial goal was to then write item-level EAD descriptions for all of Whitman's prose manuscripts
, as we had done for the poetry.
The University of Birmingham announced in July that radiocarbon analysis of the parchment had placed the four-page Koran manuscript
close to the lifetime of the Prophet Muhammad.
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the peer review of manuscripts
submitted for presentation at the 2014 National Agricultural Education Research Conference.
are in good case and as they were underground, some are affected by termites," added al-Ahmadi, who confirmed that the manuscripts
are very rare and include artistic trappings like those included in old Yemeni manuscripts
This section contains manuscripts
addressing issues of career counseling and development in countries outside the United States.
At some point, the manuscripts
began to include illustrations--commonly miniature paintings.
Hodeida security chief, Brigadier Mohammed Al-Maqaleh, told the Yemen Times that security forces in Hodeida seized the manuscripts
, along with a precious stone, on Nov.
"We have about 1000 manuscripts
, may be more than that.
The first includes document archives from Ottoman times, while the other includes the Library of Manuscripts
. There are 22,000 manuscripts
in the library, each appraised as being highly valuable, but 3,000 of these are decorated with miniatures, making them extremely rare and possibly among the most valuable manuscript
archives in the world.
The case on appeal involved the ownership of Sir Malcolm's manuscripts
and whether such ownership could be said to reside with his children, Katherine Arnold ('Katherine') and Robert Arnold ('Robert') (together, the 'children'), or whether Sir Malcolm had effectively passed ownership, either through his will or during his lifetime to his caregiver, Anthony John Day ('Mr Day').